6 - 8 November 2018 Vienna, Austria

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Audience

At European Utility Week you can meet with experts from utilities, network operators, vendors, consultants, startups and system integrators covering the entire smart energy value chain.

 

The first 50 utility companies from 20 different countries have confirmed their attendance for EUW 2018. We are looking forward to welcoming a total of 12,000 industry experts, 600+ exhibitors, 400+ speakers and 500+ utilities in Vienna.

 

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12,000 Visitors

12,000 Visitors

European Utility Week welcomes 12,000 visitors from +100 countries, including 500+ utilities and grid operators, international delegations, students, startups and professionals from different partner associations, among other. Browse this page to learn more about our audience. 
+100 Countries

+100 Countries

In 2017, this was our audience breakdown per continent.

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2000+ Representatives from 500+ Utilities and Grid Operators

2000+ Representatives from 500+ Utilities and Grid Operators

We are looking forward to welcoming over 500 utilities in November! 

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Summit Audience

Summit Audience

Your industry peers have already confirmed their presence at the Summit!

You can expect to meet the following companies:

50Hertz Transmission (Germany)
Accelerace Management (Denmark)
ACER Board of Appeal (Austria)
Agder Energi AS (Norway)
Agentschap Telecom (The Netherlands)
Agile accelerator GmbH (Germany)
Air Products and Chemicals (The Netherlands)
Amazon Web Services (AWS) (United States)
Ardagh Group (The Netherlands)
AS “Sadales tīkls” (Latvia)
Aspern Smart City Research (Austria)
Augstsprieguma Tikls (Latvia)
Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) (Austria)
Austrian Power Grid Control (Austria)
AVERE (Belgium)
Baringa Partners LLP (United Kingdom)
BayWa r.e. Energy Ventures GmbH  (Germany)
BiD Network Foundation (The Netherlands)
Bloomberg Intelligence (United Kingdom)
Bloomberg New Energy Finance (United States)
Brainbridge Utilities Alliance (Belgium)
British Gas Trading Ltd. (United Kingdom)
Brussels Network Operations (Belgium)
Butec Utility Services (Lebanon)
C/sells (Germany)
Calvin Capital (United Kingdom)
Carbon Tracker Initiative (United Kingdom)
Cargill Deutschland GmbH (Germany)
CEER (Belgium)
Ceitec (Germany)
Cenelec (Belgium)
Centrica (United Kingdom)
CERRE (Belgium)
CEZ Trade Romania (Romania)
CGI (India)
Citelum (France)
Colombus Consulting (France)
Colruyt Group Academy (Belgium)
Creos Luxembourg S.A. (Luxembourg)
Delta-ee (United Kingdom)
DENA (Germany)
DG ENERGY, European Commission (Belgium)
Digita Oy (Finland)
DLMS UA (Switzerland)
DRAVSKE ELEKTRARNE MARIBOR D.O.O. (Slovenia)
Dubai Courts Head Quarter (United Arab Emirates)
Dubai Electricity & Water Authority (United Arab Emirates)
E.ON (Germany)
E.ON SE  (Germany)
Eandis (Belgium)
EastWest Institute (Belgium)
E-Bridge (Germany)
ECE d.o.o. (Slovenia)
Ecofys (The Netherlands)
E-Control  (Germany)
E-Control (Austria)
EDF Lab PARIS-SACLAY (France)
EDF New Business (France)
EDF R&D (France)
EDP (Spain)
EDP Distribuição  (Portugal)
EDSO (Belgium)
EDSO for Smart Grids (France)
EDYNA GMBH (Italy)
Efacec Energia, Máquinas e Equipamentos Eléctricos, S.A. (Portugal)
EFET (Belgium)
EG2 (Smart Grid Task Force Expert Group 2) (Belgium)
EKZ Renewables AG (Switzerland)
Electricity & Water Authority - Bahrain (Bahrain)
Electron (United Kingdom)
Elektrilevi OÜ (Estonia)
Elia system Operator (Belgium)
empower as (Estonia)
ENCS (The Netherlands)
ENDESA (Spain)
Enduris B.V. (The Netherlands)
Eneco (The Netherlands)
ENEDIS (France)
ENEL  (Italy)
Enel Group (Italy)
ENEL X (Italy)
Enemalta plc (Malta)
Energia naturalis d.o.o. (Croatia)
Energie Graz GmbH & Co KG (Austria)
Energie Steiermark Service GmbH (Austria)
EnergiMine (United Kingdom)
Energinet  (Denmark)
Energy Aspects (United Kingdom)
Energy Blockchain Labs (China)
Energy Community (Austria)
Energy Institute at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria)
Energy Web Foundation (United States)
Energy21 (The Netherlands)
EnergyEarth (United States)
EnergyVille   (Belgium)
Energyworx (The Netherlands)
Enexis B.V (The Netherlands)
Engie (France)
ENISA (Greece)
ENSTO NOVEXIA (France)
Enterprise Lab Group of Companies  The GC Index® (United Kingdom)
Entrima (The Netherlands)
ENTSO-E (Belgium)
EPEX SPOT (France)
Equias (United Kingdom)
ESB (Ireland)
ESMIG (The Netherlands)
Estabanell (Spain)
ETE (Belgium)
Eurelectric (Belgium)
European Commission (Belgium)
European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO)  (Belgium)
European Investment Bank (Luxembourg)
European Political Strategy Centre - European Commission (Belgium)
everis Spain, S.L.U. (Spain)
EVN Bulgaria, previously Eurelectric (Bulgaria)
EVN Service Center EOOD (Bulgaria)
EVP Statnett (Norway)
EWS Elektrizitätswerke Schönau eG (Germany)
EYDAP S.A (Greece)
Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Germany (Germany)
Fingrid Oyj (Finland)
Florence School of Regulation (Italy)
Flux50 (Belgium)
Fluxys TENP GmbH (Germany)
FM Global (The Netherlands)
FORESIGHT Climate & Energy (Denmark)
Fortia Energia (Spain)
Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems (Germany)
Fundacion Ayesa/ NETfficient (Project) (Spain)
Futured (Spain)
Galp Energia SA (Portugal)
Gas Natural Fenosa (Spain)
GAZBIR - GAZMER  (Turkey)
GE Ventures (Israel)
GEP Investments (United Kingdom)
German Energy Agency (Germany)
Giesecke & Devrient (Germany)
GRDF  (France)
Greek Regulatory Authority for Energy (Greece)
Green Genius, UAB (Lithuania)
Grenoble INP - Ense3 (France)
Grid Singularity and Energy Web Foundation (Germany)
GridSingularity (Austria)
GRTGaz (France)
Grupo Empresarial Cuerva, S.L. (Spain)
Head of E-Mobility  (Italy)
Head of Ventures (Spain)
HEDNO (Greece)
Helen Ltd (Finland)
HEP ESCO Ltd. (Croatia)
HEP Opskrba d.o.o. (Croatia)
HEP Supply (Croatia)
Het ConsultancyHuis (The Netherlands)
Hitachi, Ltd. (Japan)

HIVE CENTRICA (United Kingdom)
Holding Slovenske Elektrarne D.O.O. (Slovenia)
Hrvatska elektroprivreda d.d. (Croatia)
Hydro-Québec International  (Canada)

 

i5invest (Austria)
Iberdrola (Spain)
ICL Group (The Netherlands)
IDC Government Insights Europe (United Kingdom)
IDC Insights (Italy)
IEEFA (United Kingdom)
IHS Markit (United Kingdom)
Imperial College London (United Kingdom)
Info Support (The Netherlands)
InnoEnergy (The Netherlands)
Innogy Innovation Hub (Germany)
innogy SE (Germany)
Intel (United States)
International Energy Agency (France)
International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) (Germany)
Iren Mercato (Italy)
Jacobs University & Founder or Enerquire (Germany)
Jacques Delors Institute (France)
Jyukankyo Research Institute (Japan)
K&A (Saudi Arabia)
KELAG (Slovenia)
kraftwerk- city accelerator bremen (Germany)
KVA SAL (Lebanon)
Laboratory for Energy Conversion (LEC) at ETH (Switzerland)
LarsEn Energy Branding (Iceland)
Lattelecom (Latvia)
LEC Construction International GmbH (Germany)
Liander (The Netherlands)
Liberty Global (United Kingdom)
Likron (Germany)
LoRa Alliance (United Kingdom)
Lucera Energy (Spain)
Macquarie Energy Leasing (United Kingdom)
Manager (Spain)
McKinsey & Company (The Netherlands)
Menton Energy Group Ltd., ENASCO Cleantech Alliance Ltd.  (Hungary )
MVM Partner Zrt. (Hungary)
National Grid Saudi Arabia (Saudi Arabia)
National Grid UK (United Kingdom)
Navigant (The Netherlands)
Neas Energy Gmbh (Germany)
Netorka hf. (Iceland)
Netze BW (Germany)
NEW 4.0 (Germany)
Next Kraftwerke (Belgium)
NODES (Norway)
Nokia Technologies (United States)
Nord Pool (Germany)
Oekostrom (Austria)
Olivio Energy (Spain)
OMS (The Netherlands)
Oracle (United States)
Öresundskraft (Sweden)
OVO Energy (United Kingdom)
Peach Group BV (The Netherlands)
PetroChina International (United Kingdom)
Ponton (Germany)
Portgás (Portugal)
Power and Water Utility Company for Jubail and Yanbu (MARAFIQ) (Saudi Arabia)
PPi Pazifik Power, Inc. (Philippines)
Priogen (The Netherlands)
ProCom GMBH (Germany)
Prove & Run (France)
Pylon Network (Spain)
RAD (Israel)
Regione Liguria (Italy)
Renewables Grid Initiative (Germany)
Resalta (Slovenia)
REScoop (Belgium)
Rockstart (The Netherlands)
Rocky Mountain Institute (United States)
ROHM Semiconductor GmbH (Germany)
RSE (Italy)
RTE (France)
RWE Trading (Germany)
Salzburg AG (Austria)
SAP (Germany)
Schneider Electric (France)
SET Ventures (The Netherlands)
Sev.en EC, a.s. (Czech Republic)
Shell (United Kingdom)
Shell Ventures (The Netherlands)
Sibelga (Belgium)
SICAME Group (France)
Siemens AG (Germany)
Siemens Energy Management (Germany)
Siemens Hydrogen Solutions business (Germany)
Simble Solutions (UK) Limited (United Kingdom)
Slovenská elektrizačná prenosová sústava, a.s. (Slovakia)
SmartEn (Belgium)
SODO d.o.o. (Slovenia)
Solvera Lynx d.d (Slovenia)
Stadtwerke Konstanz GmbH (Germany)
Stadtwerke Wunsiedel (Germany)
Statkraft (The Netherlands)
Stedin (The Netherlands)
Steinbeis-Europa-Zentrum (Germany)
Storengy (United Kingdom)
Sustainable Development Capital (United Kingdom)
SWW Wunsiedel GmbH (Germany)
T&D Europe (Belgium)
Tauron Polska Energia S.A. (Poland)
Technical University of Denmark (Denmark)
Technical University of Vienna (Austria)
TECNALIA (Spain)
Teesside University (United Kingdom)
Tekniska verken Linköping Nät AB (Sweden)
TenneT (The Netherlands)
Terna (Italy)
Tetrade Consulting (Belgium)
The Blue Minds Company (Austria)
The Canadian Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Association (Canada)
The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) (Belgium)
The GC Index® (United Kingdom)
Thomson Reuters (Norway)
Thuga (Germany)
Tiani Spirit GmbH (Austria)
Tiko Energy Solutions  (Switzerland)
Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. (TEPCO) (United Kingdom)
Tokyo Electric Power Services CO.,Ltd (Japan)
Topsector energie (The Netherlands)
Trayport (United Kingdom)
Trilations NV (The Netherlands)
TU Campus EUREF / TU Berlin (Germany)
TU Delft (The Netherlands)
Unicredit (United Kingdom)
Uniper (Germany)
United States Department of Energy (United States)
University of Strathclyde (United Kingdom)
Updata (United Kingdom)
UPM Energy Oy (Finland)
USEF Foundation (The Netherlands)
UTE (Uruguay)
Utilities Technology Council (United States)
Utrecht University (The Netherlands)
VaasaETT (Finland)
Vattenfall Energy Trading (The Netherlands)
Vattenfall Europe (Germany)
VDE (Germany)
VEMW (The Netherlands)
Verbraucherzentrale Bundesverband e.V. (Germany)
VERBUND AG (Austria)
VERBUND Hydro Power (Austria)
Verbund Trading (Austria)
Vienna Business Agency (Austria)
VIK Verband der Industriellen Energie- und Kraftwirtschaft (Germany)
Voestalpine (Austria)
Wageningen University (The Netherlands)
Weltenergierat - Deutschland e. V. (Germany)
WePower (Finland)
Wien Energie (Austria)
Wiener Netze Gmbh (Austria)
WindEurope (Belgium)
WIP (Germany)
World Energy Council (Germany)
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy (Germany)
Wuppertaler Stadtwerke  (Germany)
Yanfeng (Slovakia)
Yuso (Belgium)


Keep checking this list, we will be updating it as more companies confirm their presence at the EUW 2018 Summit! 

 

SUMMIT PROGRAMME

Market Segments

Market Segments

Our attendees work in the fields of:

Asset Management, GIS & Mapping
Business Development & Marketing
CRM & Billing
Customer Service & Engagement
Data Analytics & Management
Demand Response
Electric Vehicle Integration
Energy Storage
Future Network Planning
Grid & Cyber Security
ICT Infrastructures
IT/ICT Utility Services
M2M solutions
 

Monitoring, Control & Protection
Network Innovation
Outage Management
Quality Assurance & Technical Management
R&D
Renewable Energy Integration
SCADA & Network Management
Smart Cities
Smart Grids
Smart Home
Smart Metering
System Development & Planning
T & D Operations
Telecoms

 

Company Representatives

Company Representatives

40% of attendees are in senior management roles, including:

Asset Management, GIS & Mapping
Business Development & Marketing
CRM & Billing
Customer Service & Engagement
Data Analytics & Management
Demand Response
Director Asset Management
Director Clients & Markets
Director Customer Relations
Director Distribution Services Department
Director General
Director of Consumer Affairs Service
Director of IT
Director of Residential Growth
Director of Smart Infrastructure
Director of Strategic Planning
Director of the Department Of Innovation
Director Procurement & REM
Electric Vehicle Integration
Emerging Energy Technology Specialist
Energy Storage
Expert of New Technology Strategy
First Vice President Head of Networks
Future Network Planning
Grid & Cyber Security
Head Metering Services Asset Management
Head of Asset Strategy
Head of Central Grid Management
Head of Commercial
Head of Commercial Performance Management
Head of Commercial Strategy & Planning
Head of Consumer Strategy
Head of Controlling
Head of Corporate Center of Competence Smart Grid
Head of Customer Solutions Development
Head of Customer Value Strategy
Head of Department B2C Clients
Head of Department MIRE
Head of ECO Consumer Strategy
Head of Electrical Network
Head of End Customer Applications and New Technologies
Head of Energy Solutions & Services
Head of Energy Storage Innovative Business Opportunities
Head of ICT
Head of Innovation & Strategy
Head of International Operations
Head of Local Energy Systems
Head of Meter Data Management
Head of Metering
Head of Metering and Installations
  Head of Metering and Settlement
Head of Network Control Department
Head of Network Technology
Head of Operation Smart Grid Solutions
Head of Optimisation
Head of Power & Renewables
Head of Product Management
Head of Products and Delivery
Head of Program Sustainable Cities
Head of R&D Department Energy & Advanced Technologies
Head of Settlements
Head of Smart Grid Solution Center
Head of Smart Grids
Head of Smart Grids Development
Head of Smart Metering and Industry Codes
Head of Strategy Projects and Technical Development
Head of the Department for Secondary Systems
Head of the Transmission Network Planning Research Group
Head of Transmission Line
Head Unit, Renewable Energy Sources Energy Efficiency
ICT Infrastructures
Innovation Expert
IT/ICT Utility Services
Lead Innovation Manager
M2M solutions
Monitoring, Control & Protection
Network Innovation
Network Technologies & Smart Metering Manager
Outage Management
Project Manager Renewable Energy
Quality Assurance & Technical Management
R&D
Renewable Energy Integration
Renewable Energy Systems Program Manager
Renewable Energy Technology Officer
SCADA & Network Management
Senior Network Solution Manager
Senior Vice President of Commercial Planning, Marketing and Innovation
Smart Cities
Smart Grids
Smart Home
Smart Metering
System Development & Planning
T & D Operations
Telecoms
Thematic Leader of Renewable Energies
Vice President - Head Regulatory Affairs
Vice President Head of Innovation Centre Distribution
Vice President Innovation Portfolio Management
VP New Business
VP Smart Energy Standardization

 

Large Energy Consumers

Large Energy Consumers

To support the energy transition in the energy intensive sector, European Utility Week launched Commercial and Industrial Energy user Days (CIED) in 2017.

 

By joining the CIED Approved Programme, attendees are able to network with their peers and connect with different industry segments:

Audience   Industry Sectors
Change Managers
Energy Contracts Managers
Energy Managers
Facility Managers
Factory Controllers
Managers Utilities
Plant Managers
Procurement Managers
Purchasing Managers
QESH Managers
Sourcing Managers
Sustainability head/manager/director
  Agro
Automotive
Chemical
Food and Beverage
Hotels, hospitals, shopping malls, airports, etc.
Metals
Microelectronics
Mining, Oil and Gas
Pharmaceuticals
Pulp Paper
Server Farms
Textiles

 

 

APPLY FOR A CIED PASS

 

2017 Participants Included:

Air Liquide
Air Products
Akzo Nobel
Amazon
AVEBE
BASF
Cargill
Century Aluminum
Danone
Dow Benelux
DSM
ECI
Givaudan
Group
Heineken

  ICL Group
ING
KPN
Liberty Global
Microsoft
NS Stations
SABIC
Schiphol Airport
Tata Steel
Utility Support
Vlisco
Voltachem
Wacker

 

 

More information about Commercial and Industrial Energy user Days (CIED)

 

APPLY FOR A CIED PASS

International Delegations

International Delegations

European Utility Week brings together energy professionals to learn, network, collaborate and share expertise and information on a global level, which is why we set up programmes for international delegations that wish to learn more about the European utility industry and beyond. We facilitate connections on every level of the utility industry between international delegations and their European counterparts.

In 2017, this included an European Utility Delegation to California, USA (June / July 2017) and hosting 12 International Delegations to attend European Utility Week 2017 in Amsterdam from outside of the European Continent: Smart Electric Power Alliance (USA), HHBexpo (Turkey), PPI Pazifik Power (Phillipines), TNB (Malaysia), Compagnie Ivoirienne d'Electricité (Côte d'Ivoire), KVA SAL (Lebanon), Singapore Power (Singapore), K-Electric (Pakistan) and multiple utilities from India, Japan, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates.

 

Interested in joining the programme or organising an International Delegation to Vienna?

Contact us

 

International Utility Delegations

We encourage utilities to bring their peers to the EUW Summit to join the strategic discussions that will shape the energy transition. Therefore, we have special utility rates for the Summit available.

The Smart Utility Plan (SUP) offers utilities the opportunity to bring 12 peers to the event at a discounted utility rate. Peers can engage in discussions in the Summit, during the Hub Sessions, participate in organised networking sessions, receptions and meet-ups.

Like +50 other global utilities, bring 3 or more of your colleagues from different departments to the EUW Summit and benefit from fixed rates! 

Book your pass here

 

If you have any further questions, just call us at +31 346 290 773

300 International Students

300 International Students

Initiate logo European Utility Week300 international students will join us as part of the Initiate! Young Talent Programme, which strives to connect the bright and eager minds with the industry in an effort to spark debate and enable collaboration between them and the more established industry professionals. 

We are very proud to have TU Berlin join us as the Ambassador University in 2018 and to receive continuous support from various universities and knowledge institutes such as InnoEnergy and SDU.

 

 

Are you the next generation talent? And would you like to present your view?

Join us in co-creating the “Future of Work Session”  - click here to know more

 

Join the Young Talent Programme

50 Startups

50 Startups

Initiate logo European Utility Week50 international startups will exhibit as part of the Initiate! startup pavilion during European Utility Week.

With the Initiate! Startup Programme, we look for startups that will positively impact the acceleration of the smart energy transition.

Startups are highlighted on the event website with physical presence on the show floor (free of charge), where there are plenty opportunities to connect and brainstorm with the incumbents in the industry, meet with VCs and those responsible for the venture arms within the utilities and meet those professionals who can help catapult them from startup to scale up! 

 

Read more here

Partners

Partners


These are our Partners for European Utility Week 2018:

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Media Partners

Media Partners

Our Media Partners help us spread the word about the event and reach a global audience, joining us in the effort to accelerate the energy transition.

 

These are our Media Partners for European Utility Week 2018:

 

HOST PUBLICATION

 

COMMUNITY PARTNER

Metering & Smart Energy International logo European Utility Week   Engerati logo European Utility Week

 

MEDIA PARTNERS

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Press & Analysts

Press & Analysts

Over 80 international press attend our event annually from all over Europe from the following publications and more:

Berg Insight AB
bizz energy
Bloomberg
BORN TV
Buenos Aires News
Cities Today
eFOCUS.sk
Energetika.NET
EnergiWatch
Energy Institute
Energy Storage Report
Engerati
Engineering Weekly
Environnement Magazine
  Greentech Media
Gruppo Italia Energia
IDC Energy Insights
Navigant Research
Nikkei Inc.,Frankfurt
Pan European Networks
Platts
ReNEWS
Smart City Mag
Smart Energy International
Smart Grids Polska
SOLAR NEWS
The Energy Industry Times
Transmission and Distribution World Magazine

 

Want to join European Utility Week as a press member?

Contact us

Want to know more about EUW?

Where it all began, how the event evolved with the market, what our partners say about this journey - read all about it here

FACTS AND FIGURES FROM EUROPEAN UTILITY WEEK

  • 12000
    VISITORS
  • 100
    COUNTRIES
  • 2000
    UTILITY REPS
  • 600
    EXHIBITORS

 

 

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Global Knowledge Partner

Knowledge Partner

Utility Partners

Sponsors

 

All Partners & Sponsors

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